Guided Fishing

On the Delaware River
Your Guide

Captain Dieter Scheel has been fishing local waters for over 45 years, spending much of his fishing time on the Delaware River for the last 25 years. Dieter started guiding clients for Smallmouth Bass in 2001, with referrals and return customers making up most of his business. When not on the water with customers, Dieter can often be found on the river with his favorite fishing partner, 17 year old daughter Hanne.  

Dieter Scheel with another fine day on the Delaware River Contact

Capt. Dieter Scheel

10 Bridle Drive

Furlong, PA 18925






Certifications :      U.S. Coast Guard Master of Inland Waters

                             PA licensed Fishing Guide #494

                             Adult and child CPR certified – American Red Cross

                             First Aid certified – American Red Cross 

New for 2017!!!

My Snyder Custom Jet Boat now has a pair of Minn Kota Talon shallow water anchors, allowing us to stop anywhere and fishing without dropping an anchor!

Check out photos and more details on the General Information page on this website.

I'm Regional Pro Staff for Daiwa, VMC, Rapala, Sufix, Keitech, and several other top of the line fishing tackle companies.My boat is stocked with many brand new rods, reels, lures and terminal tackle of the highest quality. 
I proudly wear Maui Jim Sunglasses and am a Maui Jim Ambassador. Feel free to drop me an email to find out why I've been wearing Maui's for over 20 years - they're simply the best.

New species that we'll be targeting this year will include Flathead Catfish and monster Carp - all on light tackle. We've caught Carp up to 25lbs. on rods designed for 2-8lb. test - a real challenge for even the most savvy angler!

Check out the video that Field & Stream's Hook Shots shot on my boat last April.

Check out the video that Delaware Valley Outdoors shot on my boat in April 2011.

Check out the very first Field & Streams Hook Shots video ever - shot on my boat in 2008!!

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